Senior Feature Writer
Articles by Shriram Iyengar
That there are people giving you money to make a short film is mindblowing: Filmmaker Mansi Jain
In an exclusive interview with us, she spoke about the decision to make Everything Is Fine, and the joy of working with actress Seema Pahwa.
Your wedding stood for change, hope: Priyanka Chopra's touching note to friend Meghan Markle
The actress was among the guests at the St George's Chapel on Saturday (19 May) as Markle and Prince Harry Windsor read their vows.
Priyanka Chopra wears lilac to best friend Meghan Markle's royal wedding
The actress joined a veritable list of who's who including Sir Elton John, Prince Charles, Serena Williams, and George Clooney among others.
Deb Medhekar awaits release date in Afghanistan for Bioscopewala
The film, starring Danny Denzongpa, Geetanjali Thapa, and Adil Hussain, is a take on Rabindranath Tagore's famous story, Kabuliwala.
Kho Ki Pa Lu offers deeper insight into the Northeast with wonderful change of pace
It's a world that is quickly and quietly fading away as the region comes into increasing contact with 'modernity'.
Love, lust, fidelity and friendships collide to shape modern relationships in Lust Stories trailer
The anthology, directed by Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, and Karan Johar, will be streamed on Netflix on 15 June.
High Jack review: This stoner hijack comedy goes completely to pot
Akarsh Khurana's film has the one-liners, but lacks any semblance of a plot, or character graphs to keep you interested in it.
I was not really keen on doing Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain: Actress Shivani Raghuvanshi
The actress speaks about the different expressions of love in Harish Vyas's film, the fun working with Sanjai Mishra, and her changing experience of Hindi cinema.
Bioscopewala title song: A beautiful journey through cinema, stories and people
Composed by Sandesh Shandilya, written by Gulzar, the song is sung by K Mohan.
Khajoor Pe Atke review: This insipid drama makes the audience want to pull the plug
Despite a very talented cast, Harsh Chhaya's directorial debut fails to inspire any confidence through its tenuous plot and forced humour.
John Abraham to play cop in Nikkhil Advani's film on Batla House encounter
Abraham will reportedly play DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, who received a gallantry medal for his role in the operation.
Idea of human contact, stories as a collective is too strong to fade: Sir actor Vivek Gomber
The lead actor of Rohena Gera's Sir and producer of acclaimed Marathi film Court (2015) speaks about his work and making his first trip to Cannes.
Bhavesh Joshi song: Arjun Kapoor cajoles you to make love not war with 'Chyawanprash'-filled chummas
Composed by Amit Trivedi, the song is a funky, hilarious take on Bhavesh Joshi's rage-fuelled fight club routine.
From Janhvi Kapoor to Amitabh Bachchan, stars celebrate Happy Mother's Day on social media
On Mother's Day (13th May 2018), the film industry took to Twitter to share their love for their mothers.
Was disappointed that Manto did not mention Safia often in his writings: Rasika Dugal
Dugal speaks about preparing for the role, the 'mutual joke appreciation club' on the sets of Manto, and the stories of Partition.
Actress Salony Luthra's Forbidden to premiere at New York Indian Film Festival
Directed by Vibha Gulati, the short film also stars Gulshan Grover, Dhanish Karthik, and Gopal Divan.
Arjun Kapoor to play intelligence officer in Raj Kumar Gupta's India's Most Wanted
The project was announcement by Fox Star Studios on their Twitter handle. The film is likely to go on floors in August 2018 and will be released on 24 May 2019.
Prakash Raj asks Amitabh Bachchan to speak up on violence against women
In his recent interview, Raj called out the senior actor for his refusal to speak against the recent incidents of rape in the country.
Veere Di Wedding 'Bhangra Ta Sajda' song: Sonam, Kareena, Swara, Shikha celebrate like 'no one gives a damn'
The song is composed by Shashwat Sachdev and sung by Neha Kakkar, Romy, Surya Ragunaathan and Shashwat Sachdev.
Mansi Jain's short film, Everything Is Fine, heads to New York Indian Film Festival on 10 May
The short film, starring Seema Pahwa and Palomi Ghosh, won the Audience International Award in the Next Generation category at the recent Brussels Short Film Festival 2018.